As the same it argues, the participation of the professors in one workshop with these characteristics it generates significant advances in its perceptions concerning the situation of the world (Edwards et al., 2001). Of course it is not enough to provoke a change in depth that afecte in durable way the behaviors. The influence of the experience, the values, the beliefs and the attitudes, citizens to an impregnation during many years are, in general, hardly modifiable with simple activities of quarrel, despite they are apiem in adequate documentation and they lead to the elaboration of proposals to lead to the lesson. What it is possible, in a first boarding, is to modify the perceptions and to favor the conscience taking of that the scientific education has to contribute to think the future, dimension until forgotten here (HICKS and HOLDEN apud CACHAPUZ, 2005, P. 178) Therefore, this line of action, that involves since the formation of the professionals of the education to the resume developed for them in the spaces pertaining to school, stimulate a solidary education directed toward the human values, for which either reached the ambient conscience and consequently the responsibility social by means of which the scientific studies if give the sustainable development on the basis of, but that above all this either seen as a pledge of the future generations, therefore the world alone will be more good when all to assume the commitment to preserve the nature and of living the fraternity in its fullness. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES BRAZIL, Managing Agency of the National Politics of Ambient Education. Youth Citizenship and Environment: subsidies for the elaboration of pbicas politics/Ministry of the Environment/Ministry of the Education? Brasilia: UNESCO, 2006. CACHAPUZ, Antonio.
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